Series II - Step 1 - The Use of Positive Restructuring With Children
Adapted from the book, Creating Confident Children in the Classroom: The Use of Positive Restructuring.
Pierangelo/Giuliani: Research Press
Many theories of learning usually take into account the function of the brain and how information is processed. Further, most theories of learning assume that there is a existing foundation on which to build. While the success of human learning is a result of many factors coming together at one time, there is a major factor required upon which all learning needs to be built; namely confidence. This issue of the Classroom Management Series II provides examples of and guidance to positive restructuring.
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